Use the buttons on the left to show the different categories of commands, which will appear here

Admin Commands

Note: You do not need to have 'administrator' permissions to use all of these commands. The commands you are able to use are based on your roles/permissions. For example, to use the kick command, you need to have a role that grants the "kick_members" permission. If you do not have a permission required for a command, the bot will, in most cases, tell you as such, and will usually tell you what permission is required in order to use it.

This command allows you to enable/disable account-age checking on new accounts. The bot will check when the new member created their account, and if it was less than 24 hours prior, it will kick the member, after it attempts to send them a DM stating they have been kicked, because thei account is under a day old.

This allows you to set an auto-role for your server; this is a role that will be automatically given to new members. NOTE: This will turn off the codeword feature if you have it enabled!

This command is very straightforward; it allows you to permanently ban a member from the server, and allows you to specify a reason for doing so, which will be shown in the audit logs, and the bans list on your servers settings page. This will generate logs to go to the mod logs channel, if that channel has been set up.

This set of commands allows you to turn codeword protection on or off, select the role to use for new members that pass it, and what word to use as the codeword. When active, the bot will wait for a user without the role specified to type the codeword into any channel the bot can see. When that happens, the bot will assign the role to that member. This should help protect against 99% of the bot accounts out there.

The ideal setup would be that you have no other bot that gives an autorole to new members, and only allow members without a role, to see a select few channels, such as a channel to type the codeword into, and a rules channel, where you have hidden what the codeword is, in the rules.

You may use this command to disable certain commands individually for your server. NOT all commands can be turned off in this manner however. Optionally, you can diable ALL commands supported, per category (entertainment and utility only), which will automatically turn off almost all commands in each of those categories.

You may use this command to enable any of the commands you were able to individually disable in your server. Only the comnmands currently supported by the disable command, will be supported with this command as well. Optionally, you can enable ALL commands supported, per category in the same manner as the disable command.

You can use this command to turn the invite filter on and off. The bot will automatically delete any links it detects to be an invite to a discord server.

NOTE: Any member that has the 'manage messages' permission, will bypass this if it is activated.

Similar to the ban command, this one is straightforward as well. This allows you to kick a member from the server, and allows you to specify a reason for kicking them. This will generate logs to go to the mod logs channel, if that channel has been set up.

This set of commands allows you to set up the logs system for your server, seperated into three logs types; mod, message, and users.

Mod logs are logs generated by actions such as using the ban or kick command.

User logs are generated when a new member joins, or someone leaves. Additionally, this is the logs channel used for the automatic banlist scanning of new members (see the welcome command for more info on this).

Message logs are generated when a message is modified or deleted.

The mute command allows you to mute a member of the server, for a specified length of time, and allows you specify a reason. The bot will use whatever role you set as the mute role (see the set command for more info), and add it to the specified member, and will remove that role from them after the specified amount of time has passed (within a degree of error of a few seconds). This mute/unmute sequence will generate logs to go to the mod logs channel, if that channel has been set up.

This allows you to control settings related to the global nanobot collector mini-game. You can turn it on or off entirely for your server, or, specify a channel where they will be spawned(so as to not have them pop up randomly in channels you might now want it to be in).

This allows you to set your servers prefix for the bot.

This command allows you to 'purge' or delete, a set number of messages (between 1 and 100) in whatever channel you send the command in.

This set of commands allows you to adjust the settings/details used to list your server, on this websites server listing page such as the channel to generate an invite for, what custom url to use (for example, the AlertBot Services Discord Server 'card' page URL is https://alertbot.services/server/abs), and what description to use (keep in mind, you will need to keep it sweet and to the point, so that it fits properly in the listing card).

These are miscellaneous options you can set, and in some cases need to set for other commands and features to work properly.

lvlchannel -> This setting allows you to specify what channel levelup messages should go to. By default, this is off.

muterole -> This allows you to set what role to use as the mute role, for the mute command.

nsfw -> Allows you to turn NSFW commands on or off globally for your server. You can also use the enable/disable commands to turn on/off any of them individually.

The warning system allows you to add or remove a warning from a member (which is tracked per-server, not globally), or view all of the warning currently on a member, for the server the command is issued in.

Please note, this system currently only tracks the warnings; they do not yet have a setting to allow them to auto-expire, nor will the bot take any action against the member being warned, if they reach a particular threshold. However, both of those features are planned, and will be added soon; when added, those settings will be accessible through this command as well.

This set of commands allows you to control the welcome messages for your server, such as what channel to use, the message to display, ability to turn the welcome system on and off, and to specify a banner to attach to the welcome message.

In addition to the above, this is also where you enable the welcome check, which is where the bot will check if the new user is listed on its global banslist database. If activated, the bot will indicate in the new member logs (you must also have the member logs channel set up), whether or not the user is on the banlist.

This allows you to turn the word filter feature on or off, view the list of currently filtered words, and add or remove words from that list. When the word filter is active, the bot will delete any messages that contain any of the words on the list, only bypassing members that have the 'manage messages' permission.

Entertainment Commands

Note: You do not need to have 'administrator' permissions to use all of these commands. The commands you are able to use are based on your roles/permissions. For example, to use the kick command, you need to have a role that grants the "kick_members" permission. If you do not have a permission required for a command, the bot will, in most cases, tell you as such, and will usually tell you what permission is required in order to use it.

The gool 'ol 8-ball command! Ask the bot a question, and get an answer.

These action commands allow you to perform a specific action with/against another user! They perform the action required, and generally post an anime gif along with them. The actions availabole are:
  • bite
  • cuddle
  • dance
  • greet
  • highfive
  • hug
  • insult
  • kiss
  • lick
  • pat
  • poke
  • punch
  • shoot
  • slap
  • tickle
  • trashwaifu

Summon a warm, delicious coffee image. Truly this beverage is a gift to mankind from the gods themselves!

Need a random image of food? We got ya covered!

Meme generator! This allows you to choose from a variety of meme options to create your own version of popular memes!

Summon a cute neko image!

Allows you to summon an NSFW image from one of a few (soon expanding) set of categories.

OwO what's this image command?

Built-in basic pokedex, allowing you to look up pokemon by ID or name.

Search for a video from PornHub.

Ever wonder what it would look like if trump were to tweet what you had on your mind? Well, now you can see!

Play a round of wordshuffle! The bot will give you a random, usually tech-related word, jumbled up, and it's your job to make a guess at what the word is supposed to be. Earn 'pixels' for correct guesses (pixels are the bots currency).

Lookup a song on YouTube. The bot will give you a link to the song, with some basic details.

Utility Commands